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Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome (PFPS)

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  Kinesiology Taping for Knee Pain - Patella tendonitis and Patella femoral pain    Patellofemoral syndrome (PFPS) is characterized by a group of symptoms that are easily diagnosed and often respond to simple management. The pain is typically located behind the kneecap and is usually felt during activities that require knee flexion and forceful contraction of the quadriceps (performing squats, going up and down stairs). The pain may get worse and last longer when the client continues to perform the aggravating activity. Clients may also report pain when sitting with their knee flexed for a long period of time, such as while watching a...

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Trigger Point Therapy - Leg and Foot Injuries

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  An overview of leg and foot injuries - Stuart Hinds   Common Leg and Foot Injuries In today's video blog, our Australian colleague and NAT teacher Stuart Hinds provides an overview of the key muscles involved in common leg and foot injuries including plantar fasciitis.   Stuart Hinds Stuart is internationally recognized for his work with Australian Olympic athletes (Sydney 2000, Athens 2004, Beijing 2008, London 2012), is a regularly lecturer at Victoria University, Melbourne, Australia, and has been an NAT presenter since 2011.  Stuart was recently awarded a Lifetime Achievement Award by the AAMT.   Links Find a Trigger...

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